Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 9, 1933 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 9, 1933
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PAGE SIX dQtJNTt ADVAtSfCl). ALdflNA t FENTON LOSES TO TITONKAINS IN GOOD GAME Fenton, Fob. 7—Fenton lost two hard-fought games to Titonka on the latter's floor Saturday night. JTenton played a poor game. The locals' shots were poor, and the op- iJonents won by a score of 35-23. Kennedy was high with 14 points. Dale AVoisbrod played best for Fenton, with nine points. At the half Fenton was in the lead, tout lost it .When the .second half opened. The seconds were also out of luck. Backelman, Kuchenreuther, and Peterson were high with four points each. Titonka took the lead early in the game and held it throughout. The score al the half was 11-3 in favor of Titonka, which kept the score In its favor till the end, 26-8. iW. F. 31. S. Meets Last Thursday— A February meeting of the Methodist AV. P. M. S. was held at the churcli last Thursday, Mrs. Mike Weisbrod and Mrs. AValter AViddell, hostesses, Mrs. T. N. McFall, wor- No Road Work in 1933; St. Joe Crew Laid Off St. ,Ioe, Feb. 7—iA serious disappointment has befallen Mr. Snater, who was employed as road contractor and bridge builder north of St Joe. He wa.s informed recently by the state highway commission that there will toe no contracts let In Iowa this year. He lacked only three weeks of finishing his work north of here last fall, when bad weather compelled him to discontinue. He had since 'been overhauling and repairing his big trucks and graders for next season, doing the work at the Sage garage, Llvermore, with the aid of hired help. Some workers ho employed at road work have been wintering at Llvermore, planning on continuing work for him in the spring. The news from the highway commission therefore came as a blow to these men also, and it has changed Mr. Snater's whole program. Work on the machinery has and Mrs. Leaverton were gueste, Daughter for Henry Uormnnns— Mr. and Airs. Henry Bormann are parents of a girl, born last week Monday. The baby was baptized Eunice Justine Sunday afternoon at St. Joseph's church. Mr. and Mre. Matt Becker, Burt, were sponsors. The Bormanns now have three boys and three girls. Lizzie Kenkel, of Earing, is doing the household work, and Nurse Anna Kayser ds caring for mother and baby. Sixteen Pupils Write Tests— Sixteen eighth graders enrolled at St. Joseph's parochial school went to Algona Friday and wrote county eighth grade examinations. Other St. Joe. Emma Becker, Clara and Eugene Thul, and Silvester Wagner drove to Cylinder Sunday afternoon to visit the Nick Elschens. There was a dance at the Stephen ship leader, topic "Give Me That Water." Mrs. R. C. Goetsch road t......... .. ~.... «.. *..w ... u ~.....*.. j ..v— o. nere wao u, luiuce UL uie •oicpiieii ceased, except on what he will need Loss home Friday night. Refresh- to finish his work In the spring. The nients were served late to a large laborers have been discharged, and LEDYARD GIRL IS SURPRISED ON BIRTHDAY Ledyard, Feb. 7—Last week AVednesday at 6:30 p. m. Edith Logan was pleasantly surprised in lonor of her 13th 'birthday. Twelve girls were guests at a birthday dinner, followed by games and a trip to iSwea City to the show In Mr. AVelsh's bus, accompanied by Edlth'e mother and Mrs. Kelly. Quests were Muriel (Reece, Betty Matzener, Al- vlra Halvorson, Luetta Gelhaus, Cleo 3able, Doris Welfare, Henrietta O'- Cecfe, Maxlne Mason, Pauline Browning, Ruth Estle, Evelyn and Deloris Mayne. Nelda Worden Is Married— Mr. and Mrs. (Leon Worden and Mr. Snater will have to look elsewhere for contracts, if any, this year. The Suit Mansh of Ignorance, the' , ,,„.,„ , , , „ , Autocracy of Learning, and Illiter- ] ' rlcll(11 3' cllll) Entertains Husbands- acy Plus; Mns. O. J. Stephenson, How Christian Literature Came to China; Mrs. 'Elinor AVoisbrod, Uem- Hattio crowd. Margaret Erpelding attended a card party at Eric Anderson's, Llv- ermoro, last Thursday night. Lawrenco Bormann left Saturday night for Chicago, accompanying two carloads of cattle. the husbands at dinner last week I Orville AVagner stopped on a rusty The Friendly club entertained AVednesday at Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Schoby'«. This was the day of the Workers in j usual monthly meeting, and 40 per- ocracy of Learning; Weisbrod, AVith Our .. China. A denion.stration play was 'sons attended. There was a pro- given by Musdauics Florence McFall,-Kram in the afternoon consisting of'nor's. Merle Meyers, Sally i-inyder, JSVllie; throe musical numbers and three j Ted and Nicholas Wagner were AVoUe, and Lillian Humphrey. nail one day last week and was laid up a few days. Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner spent Friday evening at Ted AVag- Klhn 1 IN Held contests. Paul Leaverton sang- to ( business callers at Fort Dodge Fri, guitar accompaniment, and Mrs. i day. i lluth Gangwere played on the violin, j The Wm. Boldrhlses drove to Fort ';,"•""."•"" .'" »'•"'— i Uutn Gangwere played on the violin, | The Wm. Boklridges drove to Fc The fhvt high school elimination'Mrs. Theresa Devinc accompanying. I Dodpe last Thursday on business. JCli'.J 111.'I t Of' V <"*nM t f'i< f lift s* I m nii IT ii Til *\T,,,, T „,, ..^ T-»~~I..,~~,,_, I I »~._ti mi. JT t .-» _i •__ TH_. i i_.i i_ _ i. i_ declaim I »ry content has boon hold Mrs. Laura Bockes and Agatha Thii- at the sL-hoolhouse, and four speak-!Res sang popular numbers. There ers from each class will receive fur- jwere also a' star contest, a guessing thor training fur finals next week!contest, and a needle contest in Wednesday evening: oratorical —'which persons taking part had to Raymond z:\voifel, Marie Miller, I-Iar- sit on a jug and thread a needle. Mr. old Newel, Raymond Tietz; drama- tic—A'irginf.'i. Frail k Loona 'Borchardt, Raymond Priebe, Ardls Voight; humorous—August Meyer, Charlcw Glaus, Emil Huskamp Hulda AVolders. Farewell for Uie Murruys— The Lf.ifion Auxiliary and the husbands gave a farewell party for Mr. and Mm. Murray last Thursday Adeline Illcr spent la.st week at her sister Mrs. George Wagner's. The John AVeydorts, near Algona, visited here Sunday. Mr. Joseph Becker has been sick with the flu. Welfare and Henrietta O'Keefe, fol- Public ^vn'e'whpTea'gue'of reelected, as follows: R. Wolfe." The "Murray's" moved 'to I ' fal1 ' P resident ; Le ° — -- I vice president; Dan Froehlich night at August Nelson's, when 500 was played at four tables. Attending: Mesdames and Messrs. E. C. Fauerby, Karl Nielson, Ed\v. Ohmi Hans Baag-o, George Boettcher AV R. Wolfe. The Murn Buffalo Center Friday. Quilting- Piirtj is Given— Mrs. F. H. Bohn entertained at a quilting party last Thursday. Attending: Mesdames AV. J. AVeisbrod, Raymond Stoeber, O. H. Graham, George 'Boettcher, J. A.' Schwartz, Emma Ruske, E. C. AVeisbrod, AV' C. Stamer, H. E. Reimers, A\ r . v' Yager, and A. J. Krause. EecreaMon Club Is Formed— A meeting was held in the Methodist churcli last week Tuesday night to organize a recreation club. The Rev. J. T. Snyder was named manager. Meetings will be held on the last Tuesday night of ench month. Urouks Ann in Fall— Mrs. F. C. Klu.ss fell on ice and 'broke her left arm Friday. She was .taken to Algona fo r an x-ray picture. St. Benedict Elevator Reelects All Officers liome. 73rd Birthday is Honored- Last week Monday night August St. Benedict, Feb. 7—The Farmers Grain company here held its annual meeting last week Monday. There are 50 stockholders, and 35 were in attendance. All officers were P. F. Immer- Arndorfer, ---, jhlich Jr., secretary-treasurer. Ben Recker and John Arndorfer are other directors. AVilliam Eich ha been manager five years, or since M. J. Streit went to Algona to manage a grain commission office. The company was founded 14 years ago, or in 1919. Father Arndorfer Nearly Well— Amelia Arndorfer returned Friday from Council Bluffs, where she had spent two weeks, caring for her brother, the Rev. A. J. Arndorfer, who underwent an operation. He is recovering rapidly and will return soon to his parish at Charter Oak. Sister M. Galiriel Dies— Other Fenton News. A small social gathering was held at Mrs. F. H. Eigler's last week Wednesday evening, and bridge was played. Attending: Mesdames H. C. Lindsey, R. C. Goetsch, E. A. AVeis- brod, K. O. Stephenson, 'Raymond Stoeber, S. AV. Meyer, and F. p. Newel, and.Agnes Goetsch. The business men met with the [Legion la.st week Wednesday evening and a discussion was held on a -community club. A meeting is -scheduled for this week Wednesday night to organize. An oyster stew was served. The AViIlium Reimers family of Whittemore, the Raymond Reimers family, ningsted, and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. AVeisbrod were entertained at turkey dinner at the H. E. Reimers home- Sunday. -Air. and .Mrs. Raymond Stoeber Went to Mason City last week Tuesday, the former to attend a meeting of the low " ' atisoi-iation. -Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schemmel left Friday for Calmar. Mr. 'Behem- oth er card party next -Sunday evening. Grnndgenetts 30 Years Wed— . A number of relatives and friends surprised Mr. and Mrs. John Grandgenett Sunday evening in honor of their 30th wedding anniversary. The evening was spent at cards and lunch was served. were the August Buschs, the Paul ,,1*,, "! . "V r —~ Gelhaus family, Christ Gelhaus fam- Mallea ^ 6 Iron ^^nge Co., ily, the AA'm. Poppes, Ella Gelhaus repairs —-~~--—"-and two girls, John Kramersmeier, Petroleum Products Co., ind Doris AA'elfare. Rural Phone lines Meet— The rural phone patrons tributary to St. Benedict held their annual meeting Monday. There was a turnout of 30 or 35 members. Other St, Benedict Sews. Daniel Froelich, August Harig, and Valerian Stuflick accompanied Otto Harig and his daughter to the Harig home at Hollandale, Minn., Saturday for a short visit. Valerian Stuflick was a visitor Friday at John Witte's. Christine Eisenbarth is helping her sister, Mrs. Emil F. Arndorfer, Mr. and Mrs. AValter Lichter and W has lb€e " havi " s the flu ' A Eood Mr. and Mrs. John Arndorfer drove i many Ipeop1e in and around St. Bento Milwaukee one day last week to| ed!ct have been havin s the disease. visit a sister of Mr. Arndorfer, Sister M. Gabriel, who was sick, and while they were there she died. Quilting: Beo is Given— The Catholic women had a quilting bee at the school hall Monday afternoon and it was well attended. The young women will have an- _ the disease. Mrs. Jos. Stuflick, Fort Dodge, and her son spent a day last week at August Harig's and Charles Stuf- flick's. Candlemas and the feast of St. Blase were observed last Thursday and Friday 1 at the local church. Frances and Matilda Germann were at August Harig's Friday even- Ing. Sexton MRS, WILLIAMSON PASSESJN N. D, Mrs, J. D. Ames, Oakes, N. D., who waa Nettie fichryver before marriage, sends a copy of the Oakes Times announcing the death of Mre. | _, ---Alma Williamson, whom Kossuth L he Clem Cun ninghams went to oldtimers will recall. Material parts I 1 ' or ' Dodse Saturday for dental of the obituary notice follow: I '^?" , Mrs. Alma Eliza Williamson, 78, I. Jidlth Gl ' een ««'d spent Friday with ied AVednesday, January 15, at the her aunt> Mre ' A - D - Richards, Al- iri?-v-in. f\f Vidi> j-.<->» 1.T XT TtrillJ bOItfl. Harvey attended the wedding of his niece, Nela AA r orden, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Worden, near Ehnore. Nelda was married last week AVednesday at 5:30 in the Lutheran church at Elmore to Harold Loge, son of Mr. and Mrs. .Lars Logo. They will live on a farm near Rake. Golden Wedding .Is Observed— The golden wedding of Mr. and Mre. AVilllam Gelhaus at Hubbard was attended Monday by August Gelhaus, August Busch and daughter Genevleve, Mr. and Mrs. Paul G-elhaus and Virgil, Mr. and Mrs. Christ Gelhaus, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Poppe, Mrs. Ella Gelhaus, Luetta and Anita. They returned Tuesday. King's Heralds Hold Meeting— Tlie King's Heralds met with Max- lne Mason .Saturday afternoon, with Mrs. Halvorson as leader. 'Stories of missionary work were told by Doris 1 hatchery flock.—(Hamilton Match ery, Bancroft. J!tf2Ot FOCR iSAIUB—HORSES AND mules —ilnqulre of McGuIre Bros., phon 338 or 636, Algona. LOAV RATES—TERMS—'All forms of Insurance—Algona Ins. Agency Reliable Insurance service. 13u21t 16 HBA'D OF YOUNG STEERS and heifers to trade for corn, alfalfa or oats.—W. H. Godden, phone 293 1&P21-22 SAW GUMMING—22-IN, to 32-IN circular saws gummed, filed, aiic set during February, '.$2.—Diamond Point Saw Shop, Mason City, la. 228 S. Federal. 22p22-23 NOTICE—THE A1NNUAIL MEET- Ing of the 'Algona Cemetery association will he held at the secretary's office Saturday, February 11, at '. p. m. AJ1 lot owners are requested to be present.—M. F. Weaver, Sec. MEN WANTED FOR RAWfLETOH city routes of 800 consumers In cities of Algona, Rolfe, Emmetsburg and Pocahontas. Reliable hustler can start earning $25 weekly and increase rapidly. Write immediately Rawlelgh Co., Dept. IA-114-V, Free- Port, 111. 25p22and24 Council Minutes Algona, Iowa, January 26, 1933— llty council met in regular session on this day at the city hall, and among other things allowed the fol- owing bills: ELECTRIC FUND Salaries $ 1010.00 owa Machinery & Co., mdso. ,_ General Electric Corp., mdse. Kennedy & Parsons mdse. Supply Supply Co., , lowed by prayer. The next meeting - - --"C3 ^1_II1C1 l\^(l, 1I1U£>£!, .. will be with Evelyn Mayne and Panama Carbon Co., mdse.- iMlith Logan at the Howard Mayne Columbia Electric Mfg. Co., Gelhaus was pleasantly surprised in -,?,£,! T '' ™' V"n honor of his 73rfl hirtMnv .-P-A^f Fulton Iron Works Co., re- Security Petroleum Co., gas, Hockey Club Knocks Out Teeth— oil While at a skating party Sunday Milwaukee Ry., frt. on gas Jerry (Barnes met with a .painful ac- "" .jcn,y louuies met wun a paintui ac- ' cident when he was hit in the mouth ' Bert Deal, labor and mdse— with a hockey stick, breaking off Geo - Hane en, repairs two teeth and knocking one front N °rton Machine Works, one so loose that the dentist pulled it out. Locals Defeat Tltonta 39-24— The Titonka town team lost last week Wednesday night to the locals 39-24. Satuday night the boys and girls independent teams went to Ottosen, and lost both games. The girls' score was 30-20, and the boys 31-27. mdse. iBotsford Lumber Co., mdse. Western Union, service Helberg's Garage, gas A. H. Borchardt, mdse. Tire Service Co., gas and oil K. D. James,, mdse. N. W. Bell Telephone Co., service A carload of horses arrived from North Bakota Frday. Roy Berger and Dean Andrews had them shipped for sale to local farmers. Roy went to North Dakota and cared for them on the way here. di home of her son, H. N. Williamson, ~~ w.i_n_iiva t\ llllrt, Lilly »»>-'«»»u ui *Lut ouji, J.A. J.1. »» JiUciiiUdUilr -., Iowa Poultry Improvement with whom she had lived 16 years. .„ and Mrs - Lovd Steven, Burt, inn l.c'i— i.~j i -i_i_ ., _ . i with their little son Harvey Duane spent last Thursday at Harvey Steven's, north of Sexton, and Loyd helped his father cut wood at Al- j'She had been eick more than two ' weeka. Born in AVisconsln March 3, 1S54, Teams Divide With Seneca- Last Thursday Seneca high school boys, and girls' basketball teams played here. Both games were rather one-sided. The Seneca girls won 26-13 and Ledyard boys won 32-16. • Takes Trip to California— Mr. Canary, depot ag-ent here, left Monday for California to visit his aged mother. Mrs. Miles is relief man during his absence. Other Ledyard News. Last week Wednesday Mesdames Gable, Neister, Hammy and L. A. Nitz, and daughter Bertha, attended the Lakota Lutheran Aid at Mrs. Richard Zlelske's. Mrs. L. A. Nitz accompanied Mike Hendrixson and babe to 'Iowa City last Thursday. The little one was left for medical treatment. The Leon AVordens and Clifton Engelbys went to Seneca Saturday evening to help Ed Campbell celebrate his 68th birthday. Mrs. Harriett Matzener, Mrs. Jenks, Clifford, and Ace Warner were in Blue Earth last Thursday at the Earl Jenks home:. Mrs. Laat>, of Winnebago, spent last week Tuesday and Wednesday with her sister, Mrs. D. A. Carpenter. L. C. Strand, Ray Marquis, and AVm. Flynn attended 1 a Legion meeting at Buffalo Center Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Henry -Blome left Friday .for Springfield', III., to resume his work as a road foreman. N. W. Bell Telephone Co., joint use of poles -------Cresco Union Electric, edgn Frank G. Pierce, service ___ Ernst Thiel, meter, reading- Collector Internal Revenue, November -------------- 133.26 la. Mutual Liability Ins. Co. compensation __________ F. S, Norton & Son, mdse.__ JiK'M-ecently disposed of hi« business filie move <l with her parents when a for a new sma11 child to Kossuth county, Iowa, residing there till she was 47. She was married in Iowa January 1, Two children were born, Orin at Culmur and is lookin location. Kueckpr, Iowa State col- JPrtt?, and i'aul I^igk'i-, employed at ~ ~..u ^,,.1^.1^11 HV.-IG uum, wnn the I.Vooker drug «toro, Ame.s, spent! Albert ' McGregor, Minn., and H. N. thy wctk-c'Mrt with the home folks. Webl.roU has bt-en attack of inflammatory - MI-.S-. liuvin.i rlK'nm:,i i,;,,,,-and Uo.se \VeLsbrodTias In-"'!) h.-11,111(4 with the housework -Al:-. .-.nd ,M,-.s. 13. \ V . Uurike entor- lainc,! ilu-ir bridge club last Thursday* vc-nliu,-. P. P. Newt ., WOI1 the Ziwh scurf; \\'. T. Ohm, low. Luiiis. Mongol returned to Dos two in,mtl,.s with ln-i- parents and Mm. .Jaeub llcngol. Her husband has been dead 20 years. bright's. The Carl Paetz family entertained at supper Friday Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nehring and their son Donald in honor of Donald's third birthday. The choir met last week Wednes- The (L. C. Strands spent Sunday ?' R - Cowan & Son, ir : Algona. Ae >'° Service, gas and I WANT ADS *-— 1 PHONE 55 iFOR LOW COST IN- surance. Gu21tf „ _ -is. T . ..-«..^« li^vijliiu 'KTTuA Most of her life was spent as a! da ?.' even 'ner at Harvey Steven's, and Dittmer, Burt , n lwill meet this week at Carl w»-~- ' """••_ teacher and nurse. She taught 4S terms in Iowa, in later years nurs- iiiK. She taught up to the time she left Iowa. Mrs. AVilliamson came to North taking up a zen's, northeast of town, with Mrs. F. J. Clark, Algona, as director. Mrs. Josephine Stanton, Algona, and her son Mark were guests Sun- Stanton's sister, Mrs. LOST—UADY'iS LEFT. 1 HAND black glove.—4Leav e at ^gvance. sp OR SALE—AlLFALFA~AND TIM- othy hay.—Albert Could. 8u22 J.MH\\H.H. L»- 3 tru.1 a «1£U, UlKlllg Up ", T .j«jt^-i, A.J.I a. homestead near Minot, where she • James arophy. The women's moth~ Neuman, is spending the Htayf ' d ten yeilrs - sons took FOR RENT — 5-ROOM MODERN house.—Call 357, Thelma John- oiiu-s last week AVednesday, after i hometiteuxUi there at the same time. son. Mr . . mes Br °I )hy wa s °« a com- . , Lalor sho lived at Minneapolis three .„ , with Orin, with whom she also ! ° whlch entertained at a card 1 , y at the A 'K°» a academy Mon- Th,. Mark Simmons family F-iir- ! liv ° l1 at McGregor before coming to i mom, wore Sunday KuestH of M,« ! ^kes. '^^ feiniiiions 1 parents, .Mr. and Mrs Albert U'olfgram. Mrs. Anna Christian. Cylinder, was taken to Iowa Oily by Monday. vShi- lias' had for some time. Verona VYei.sbroil left ambulance 'Survivors are a brother, O. H. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Smith, Mr. •nut >i\ui& uiw u i.Hoiiier \j i'i i -~—«*- until.**, i>ii. Caulkins, AVahpeton; four sisters, !'?, ' Harry Wilson, and Mr. and Mrs. Florence Hrmivv r>nr,r, n iu. ! ilrs - c 'e°>'s:o Johnson, all of Altrona. Florence Bourcy, Donnelly ! Geoi '= e Johnson, all of Algona, and three at Burt Iowa Mrs i^ ere S UCBts at Albert Grosenbach's ' rlieumatlsm ' A<1;l - llrfi - Fanny, and Mi-s. Mann, who married brothci-s. Lucy Monday ni«ht for Davenport for an extended Funeral services were conducted at the Adventlst chapel, of which . ^ • •»•••-». 1*11 UALvinutMj. Visit with her aunt, Mrs. Don Allen ' a ''° u;is a member, Mrs. Frances Lakin visited lier son F. AV. Lakin, Eslhorville, last Thursday. Charles Newel, who has been seriously sick with erysipelas, is improving. Avery Austin, Fairmont, was a Weie- Sunday visitor brod'K. Charles Lovejoy, Baker Ore -11- rrved Friday to visit Vorna Kohl- ste<4t. The 4-H club will meet at Hazel and Ma.xine AVeisbrod's Saturday Pauline Osborn, Seneca, spent the week-c-nd witii Maxlne AVeisbrod. Lu Verne, Jan. 31—Glen Godfrey, Fort Dodse, formerly Lu Verne, was presented recently with the Order of the Purple Heart by the U s government in recognition of service and wounds in the World war He was in the Rainbow division Lotts Creek Lotts Creek Dist. No. 7 P. T. A. mot at Henry Mueller's Friday night. Friday evening. George AVermersen, Miller, S. 'D., spent the week-end at Harvey Btev- John Harris has been sick during the last week. Mable Johnson, Earl Aman, and Milton Grosenbach went to Algona Friday to write eighth grade examinations. Koll call was answered with jokes. The HChool sang songs, and the first graders sang. A song was also sung by Grace, Robert, Melvin, Luella and Leona AValker. The remainder of the evening was spent at games. Lunch wa.s served by the hostess. All members, except the Carl Seips, attended; also several visitors. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Pearl Potter. Grace AValker accompanied the Lewis Broesders home Friday night from the P. T. A. to spend a few days. The Aeijelt Myers family, of near Ringsted, and the Fern Hulings, of STRAW FOR SALE.—C, L. 7p21-24 Tire Service Co., mdse. Standard Oil Co., mdse. Matt Parrott & Sons Co., mdse. America, mdse. 2.29 10.36 11.71 4.91 3.00 23.81 5.00 4.75 50.00 9.30 mdse. Electric Supply Co., mdse. _ Westing-house Electric 'Supply Co., mdse. ___________ 167.00 pairs ------------------- 326.00 1.74 . gas, oil -------- . --------- 287.24 239.37 ., . , oil ------------- --------- 434.94 31.85 2.00 22.50 12.80 4.50 .53 1.00 3.73 .35 12.00 80.50 5.01 10.00 24.32 __ Terry-Durin Co., mdse. ____ Lewis Larson, refund de- • posit ------------------WATER "FUND Salaries ------------------ 5 The A. P. Smith Mfg. Co., mdse. -----------------Badger Meter Mfg-. Co., mdse. -----------------National Meter Co., mdse. __ Neptune Meter Co., mdse. _. Gamon Meter Co., mdse. ___ Buffalo Meter Co., mdee. __ Leighton Supply Co., mdse.- H. W. Post, frt. and dray... Iowa Mutual Llab; Ins. Co., compensation __________ GENERAL FUND Salary ------------------- $ Frank Green, dogs ________ Long (Bros., mdee. ________ Thos. Akre, rent Tire Service Co., gas- and oil J. Greenberg, mdse. N. W. Bell Tel. Co., service- Standard Oil Co., mdse. _...„ Salaries $ 913.40 Ken Motor Co., re-paJrs Jesse Umbenhower, care of dump 73.75 23.80 17.63 3.00 508.00 54.00 S.71 11.38 19.81 25.51 2.48 1.45 49,04 234.00 2.00 , 2^1 10.42 ie!24 5.85 3.65 2.28 la. Mutual (Liab. Ins. Co., compensation • Geo. Hansen, repairs H. R. Cowan & Son, mdse— . : oil .. H. W. Post, frt. ancT dray... CITY IMPROVEMENT FUND M. J. Duffy, Co. Treas., taxes- 154.75 'SEAVER FUND J. AV. Kelly, salary 30.00 Geo. L. and D. B. Miller Co., 26.65 10.00 102.92 5.13 3.50 1.42 9.74 10u22' DULL HEADACHES GONE SIMPLE REMEDY DOES IT Headaches caused by constipation e °" e after One dose of Adlerlka This cleans all poisons out of BOTH upper and lower bowele. Gives better sleep, ends nervousness. E W PROBLEMS ARE INVITED IF YOU have any printing jobs turn them over to us for a perfect result. We will gladly advise you, without charge on any printing problems you have K***ttfb NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE TATE OF IOWA, COSSQTH COUNTY. SS. Notice Is hereby given that by vlr- ue of a Special Execution directed o me from the Clerk of the District 2ourt of Kossuth county, Iowa, on a udgment rendered In said Court n the 24th day of January, 1933, In avor of The Northwestern Mutual life Insurance Company, Milwaukee, Vlsconsln, as plaintiff, and against Essie Sullivan, Executrix of the Es- ate of John W. Sullivan, deceased, tephen E. McMahon, as defendants, or the sum of Eighteen Thousand ive Hundred Ninety-eight and 7/100 Dollars and costs, taxed at Two Hundred Sixty and 68/100 Dolars and accruing costs, I have lev- ed upon the following described real roperty as the property of the said Essie Sullivan, Executrix of the Es- ate of John W. Sullivan and Steph- Aiidy Bowman et al, labor. la. Mutual; Llab. ins. Co., compensation - --------F.,S. Norton & Son, mdse.-- Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. FI'RE FUND C. C. WrlgHt, salary ..... ._ Elk Cleaners & Tailors, . *- mdse. ________ . _________ W. S. Nott Co., mdse. ..... SWIMMING POOL FUND iLong Bros., mdse. -------- i iFrank Skilllng, labor - ..... Wdllard Oregeon, labor .... la. Mutual • Liab. Ins". Co., compensation ---------- 16.15 48.94 1.76 6.70 45.00 1.50 3.73 1,10 7.20 e.oo 4.97 C. F. SPECHT, Mayor. Attest: ADAH CARLSON, • City Clerk. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF ritOBATE OF Will No. 3696. State of Iowa, Koseuth county, as. In District Court, January term, 1933. . To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an Instrument of writing purporting to tie the last Will and Testament of J. O. Paxson, deceased, dated January 3, 1931, having been this day filed, opene, and read, the 20th day filed, opened, and read, the 20th hearing proof of same at the Court House In Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County or the Clerk of said Court; and at 9 o'clock a, m. of the day, a.bove mentioned, all persons Interested are hereby notified and required to appear and show cause, if any they have, why said instrument should not be pro- jated and allowed as and for the ast AA'ill and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, January 23, 1933. ;Seal) en B. McMahon, to satisfy floid exe cutlon, io-wlt: the Southwest (Juar •ter of Section One, (1), in fdWnshlp Ninety-five (95), <*f Range -Thirty (30), West of the 6th P. M.« excejp the right-of-way of the Chicago Milwaukee and St. Paul Rallr6a< Company, as the,same Is now local ed over and across said SouthWes Quarter; also the South Half of the Northwest Quarter of said Section One (1), In Township and Range aforesaid, containing Two Hundred Thirty-Seven and Ninety Three One Hundredthe (237.93) ac< res* more or less; and I will procee< to sell said property, or so . much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution, with co*ts and ac- cruing'costs at public auction, to th highest bidder, for cash, in hand, on the 2Bth day of February, 1933, at the east door of the court house In Algona, In Kossuth County, Iowa at the hour Of 10 o'clock a. m. of flak day, when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned., Dated this 26th day of January 1933. CAUL CDAHLHAUSER, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa 03y CASEY LOSS, Deputy. R. F. Clough, Plaintiff's Attorney. 22-23 E. J. McEVOY, Clerk of District Court By Alma Greiner, Deputy. Shumway & Kelly, Attorneys. 20-22 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Notice is hereby given that by virtue.of a Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa on a Judgment rendered In eald Court on the 24th day of January 1933, in favor of'The Federal Land Bank of Omaha, a corporation,^ as plaintiff, and against George Illg, as defendant, for the sum of Seventeen Thousand One Hudred Seventy-Four and 46/100 Dollars and costs, taxed at Two Hundred Twenty-five and 02/100 Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described real property ns the property of the said George Illg, Rose Illg, et al, to satisfy said execution, towlt: The Southwest Quarter (SAA r %) of Section Twenty-two (22), the Northeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section Twenty- eight (28), all in Township Ninetyfour (94) North of Range Twentynine (29), west of 5th P. M;, Kossuth county, Iowa; and I will proceed to sell said property, or eo much thereof aS may be necessary to satisfy said execution, with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, in hand, on the 1st day of March, 1933, at the east door of the Court House In Algona, In Kossuth county, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., of said day, when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 31st day of January, 1933. . • CARL DAMLHAUS'ER, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa. By CASEY LOSS, Deputy. Dwight G. Rfder, •Plaintiff's Attorney. 22-23 Dependon' Store HAS LOTS AND LOTS OF EATABLES— Really the Richelieu and Baby Stuart Groceries Aire the best for your money. And you know the 'Pure Quill' Coffee cannot be beat. Fruit and Vegetables are here—always fresh at— AKRE'S Phone 290—291 A million years ago, Nature started building this good coal... • . . ana now Science steps in GRENADI ' * <«NU,NE In Sold and Guaranteed by in th, Brltt, were guests at J. p. Nicker- eon'e a week ago Sunday. Grali» BUSINESS! DIRECTORI KOS8UTH COUNTY ..., r Weekly Newspaper Found'ufl* Entered aa Second-ui aga Mil . December 31, 1908, at the P 08 , at Algona, Iowa, Under he of March 2. 1879. LAWYERS" W. B. Quarton i • QUARTON A Ml] • Law Offices Phone*! Office 427, re« Algona, Iowa. J. !•. BONAtt Attorney-at-Law Office Iowa State Bank Office phone 460-W. SULLIVAN, McMAHONT W. Sullivan 8.V TJ. B. Llnnan Attorneyg-at-Law Phone*: Office, 261; j w 3. B. McM.. 408. IIAIIIIINGTON ft T. P. Harrington L. j r Attorneys-at-Law Phones: Office, 28; T. p. H I B. .T. VAN NESS, G. AV. ! Lawyers Office over Iowa Stato Phone 213-W. 0. D. Shumway m n i SHUMWAY & KK 1,1,1 Attorneys-at-Law Office in Quinby Block 58 AlBona, L. A.-WINKEL AtHoriioy.nl.Law Office in Quinby BulIdW Phone ISO HIRAM B. WHITE Attorncy-at-Lnw Office over Iowa State Bank,! Phone 206. Algona, 1 P. A. DANSON Attorney-At-Linv Office over Iowa State Phones: Office, 460-J.; Res. Bankl DOCTORS JOHN N. KENEFICK Physician and Surgeon Office over Rexall Drug Stoi Office phone 300 Res. phone 320. —— C. H. CRETZMEYEK Physician and Surgeon Office in John Galbraith Bl Phones: Office, 310; res., vlgona P. T. JANSE, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office on South Dodge Stre». p hones: Office, 666; residence,! Algona, Iowa WALTER FRASER, M. D,| Physician and Surgeon Office In Quinby BIdg., Room II Phone No. 12 ME1YIN G. BOUHNK Physician and Surgeon Office in Postofflce Block Phones: Office, 197; resldenw,! W. I). ANDREWS, B. 0. Oiteopathlc 1'hyxlclan iinil 8m_ Located in General Hospital! Phones: Office 187, Res. 681,1 R. A. EVANS, M. B. Over Borchardt Drug Sto«| Phones: Residence 312, office! Algona, Iowa. DENTISTS DB. H. M. OLSON Dentist. Gas or novocaine used for I racUon. Located over Chrlstensen Phones: Business 166, resldenot^ Algona, lewa VETERINARIANS -'••'• _ | L - — L. W. FOX J. B. WINKEL Veterinarians West State Street, Algona 'hones: Office, 475-W.; res. INSURANCE KOS8UTH COUNT i ^ INSURANCE ASSOCIATIOiJ Jver $15,000,000 worth of Insu" n force. A home company, secure. j. o, Paxson, Se • —' -Ity Properjty Loan* Farm Insurance. Rejti instate. CUNNINGHAM * LACI 07 W. State St. Algona, EMERGENCY LOAI INTEREST ON UNPAID Bi ANCE FQB ACTUAL TIH!| 10AN BUNS Loans njade on Automoblll Live Stock, etc. Automobiles i financed, payments reduced. Our "Inland" plan of loans meet with your approval be« they are convenient and hell Quick service, confidential, signers or endorsers requ Twenty monthe to repay If essary. Loans made same <"' applied for. LQA"NS MADE TO PURCIw . MILCH COWS AT A LOff ] RATE OUT OF TOWN LOANS BY MAIL Repayment, made on a schedule. Write, phone or call "INLAND" Phone 55 Algona, Office located let door north < Iowa State Bank. A D VA NCE WANT AD; THE ADVANCE

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